Current date/time is Mon Feb 27 2017, 16:01
- One Piece Treasure Cruise FAQ
- What can I expect from future content and in what order?
One Piece: Treasure Cruise will first release "Fortnight Islands". These are islands that lasts for 14-days. (The Buggy's Counterattack! Fortnight islands has already been announced) In order (For the next few Weeks, they are) Buggy's Counterattack! (Predicted February 17th to March 3rd) Alvida's Romance (Predicted March 3rd to March 17th) Kuro's Complete Plan (Predicted March 17th to March 31st) Arlong's Dictatorship (Predicted March 31st to April 14th) Don Krieg's Fleet Attacks! (Predicted April 14th to April 28th) Please Note: These dates are all predicted based on the JPN release and duration. The Fortnight Islands will always be the best and most efficient way to Level-Up your Pirate Level. And will be the best place to level up your units until Turtle islands. They have a higher drop-rate than Story-mode and you can find Turtles, Bosses, Mini-bosses and more. Fortnight Islands also can drop Skill books which can be used to level up your units Special Move (So it takes 1 less turn to charge per level). NOTE: Once they go... You won't see the island again for a long time (and even when you do... it'll be for 7-days). Approximately once a month, a new Story-mode Island will be released. The next island to be released (Predicted End-February) is Loguetown. This island will enable the farming of "Pirate Penguins", Tashigi and Smoker. After Loguetown, the Laboon island will be unlocked (Predicted End-March). Finally, the First "Raid-Boss" or "24-Hour Only!" will appear during the Don Krieg's Fleet Attacks! Event. (Predicted April 21st) This will be Hawk-Eye Mihawk and will last for... 24-Hours! He will cost 30 and 40 Energy and will be extremely difficult to defeat. Save at least 5-Fruits for him!
- Which Form should I evolve my Zolo/Sanji/Usopp into? (They have 2 Forms!!)
For this question, I will ALWAYS suggest to evolve using the Form that requires a Crab. While the other form only levels to 35 (You can MAX level them faster), it is a pain to farm for Pirate Penguins currently compared to Crabs. In addition, the "Crab Evolutions" will have superior stats to the Level 35 and generally outclass the "Non-Crab Evolutions" in stats and abilities. For Usopp, you should always evolve him to Golden Pound or "Hammer" Usopp and leave him at that stage (refer to the Tier List for more information) Regardless of the route you choose, this will NOT affect the stats on the Third Evolution in any way.
- Which Characters are worth grinding?
This question will depend on the units you own. If you own a lot of Fighters, Zeff will be worth your time and trouble. If you own a lot of Slashers, Arlong will be worth it in the long run. But generally aside from Zeff, I wouldn't "grind" for anyone (unless I have nothing to do), this is due to most of them like Alvida and Arlong will come in their Fortnight Island. During the island, they will have an increased drop rate and you may find yourself complaining you have too many of them.
- Is it better to get your Pirate Level up ASAP?
There is no "down-side" from getting your Pirate Level up. The more your Pirate Level, the easier this game will be for you. Every "odd" numbered level (i.e Levels 5,15, 31, etc.) will give you 1 extra Stamina. Every "even" numbered level (i.e Levels 2, 22, 56, etc.) will give you 2 extra Cost. In short, this means the higher your Pirate Level, the more powerful units you can fit on your team, the harder islands you can do and the more you can do them. So yes, it is good to get your Pirate Level Up ASAP. But Level Up Efficiently!!! Every time you level, you will regain a full Stamina bar. To level efficiently, try and squeeze every last drop before you level! If you level with 15 Stamina remaining... that's the same as wasting 15 Stamina!~
- Cola!! What should I do with them?
Cola is used for upgrading ships and the best ship for now (and the future) will be the "Going Merry". The ship is your reward upon completion of "Syrup Village". It is the most commonly used ship even in the JPN version of the game and is the best Ship you will have for a long time! So level up that Merry!~
- Should I "Rare Recruit"? What should I do with my Fruits?
Currently, aside from the initial Recruits... I wouldn't use touch the "Rare Recruit" for a while. This is due to ALL the units (except for a select few) being farmable. This means you can get them for free without using any Fruits, so there isn't much point to it. What I suggest is to invest some Fruits into expanding your Unit Storage to a healthy amount for the current and future situations. A decent amount is 35 (Just enough slots for units for all 6 of your teams assuming they are unique) but I will suggest expanding further to around 100. While it may seem crazy, you can hold turtles, evolution materials, new units that are bound to come out, your collection and your teams. In fact, you wouldn't have to worry about expanding your space for a long time.
- What is the 0 Stamina Special Island?
This is an island specifically designed to test your team. No Units will drop in this island and the only reward is 1 Fruit. Aside from testing your team (and maybe testing Special Moves) there isn't much point to doing it. (Oh and of course, the Bragging Rights!) Do NOT waste a Fruit to "Revive" in this island.
- Who are the Next Batch of Rare Recruits, When are they coming? Are they Good?
The next batch of Rare Recruits will be announced in updates forum
- Will there be an "Auto-Battle" Feature?
I don't think so... There will be units in the future that requires PERFECTS or Worse than GOOD to make their Leader Effects work. An Auto-battle may defeat the purpose of such skills and so I do not believe we'll see an Auto-Battle in the near-future.
- Who are the Best Units?
This is a question that I think has been asked the most! I've compiled a "Tier-List" that can be found here: http://onepiece-cruise.blogspot.de/2015/02/eng-tierlist.html
- Where can I find "X" ingredient for Evolution
Refer to the Fusion Materials for a full List! But... Seahorses can be found in the Weekly Seahorse Island (Tuesday) Penguins can be found in the Weekly Penguin Island (Wednesday) Dragons can be found in the Weekly Dragon Island (Thursday) Hermit Crabs AND Crabs can be found in the Weekly Crab Island (Friday) All these "Days" and Timezones are in PST so if you are in Australia (like me) you may have to add a day.
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